Ashoka Globalizer Strategy Thought Partners

Summit(s): Bangalore-2013

David Lobo is Chairman of the Deejay Group, which he started in 1969. He started his own poultry farm and a poultry hatchery in 1972 and turned it into a large operation. He began researching Coconut Breeding in 1983 and has one of the largest hybrid coconut breeding farms in the country. He...

Summit(s):
Youth-Employment-Africa
Geneva-2012

David Pollock – is an Ashoka senior advisor since 2006. During the past three years he has been involved in recruiting, training, coaching and mentoring, performance development, and expansion to Japan and China. Prior to Ashoka, David held leadership positions in a number of companies spanning...

Summit(s): Re-Imagine-Learning

As Director of Social Entrepreneurship with Fossil Group, David Rothschild leads the Fossil Foundation’s global grants program, with an emphasis on unleashing the potential of underserved youth. Prior to Fossil, David was a Principle at the Skoll Foundation where he developed and structured...

Summit(s): Vienna-2010

Dermot Desmond was born in Cork in 1950. His family moved to Dublin in 1956. He was educated at Scoil Mhuire in Marino and at Good Counsel College in New Ross. Before setting up his own company in 1981, he worked for Citibank, the Investment Bank of Ireland and as a banking consultant for Price...

Summit(s): Frankfurt-2013

Dick is a Senior SCP Expert at the Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP). At the CSCP, he is leading various international projects and initiatives, including the Business Innovation for Sustainable Scale-up (BISS) Project. The objective of the BISS project is...

Summit(s): Economic-Inclusion-LA2

Diego Luzuriaga is the Director of ITBA's Postgraduate School. He is also the director of the Master's program on Strategic and Technological Management at ITBA and the Escuela de Organización Industrial in Spain. Diego also co-founded Equitas Ventures, the first investment fund for sustainable...

Summit(s):
Frankfurt-2013
Nairobi-2012

When Mwalimu Musheshe was a university student during the eighties, he was active in opposing the existing regime, for which he was tortured and imprisoned for a year. In 1984, he began working for the Uganda Food and Peace Project. Over the last decade, he has changed how academics, policy...

Summit(s): Economic-Inclusion-LA

Edward (Ed) Jardine has been with Procter & Gamble’s Latin American Division since 1978 when he started in Venezuela as a Brand Assistant in the Marketing Department.  Since 2001, he has been responsible for P&G’s business in the Andean Pact countries as President...

Summit(s): Economic-Inclusion-LA

Elizabeth Boggs Davidsen is a Principal at the IDB’s Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), which uses both grant and investment mechanisms to strengthen the environment for doing business. She is advising the Fund on new partnership opportunities for its grant and investment activities by...

Summit(s):
Youth-Employment-Africa
Participative-Journalism

Eric Chinje is currently a Visiting Scholar at the George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, and an Adviser to the governments of Liberia and South Sudan on their strategic, development and international communications. He is a Senior Advisor at the Washington-based International...